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In this chapter, I use a simple workbook application to demonstrate various ways of providing help. The application uses data stored in a worksheet to generate and print form letters. As you can see in the following figure, cells display the total number of records in the database (C2, calculated by a formula), the current record number (C3), the first record to print (C4), and the last record to print (C5). To display a particular record, the user enters a value into cell C3. To print a series of form letters, the user specifies the first and last record numbers in cells C4 and C5.
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self-handicaps affect athletic performance. Presumably, behavioral handicaps would impede performance to a greater extent than claimed handicaps, but this assumption has not yet been verified. Another important question is whether self-handicaps affect performance-related variables such as self-efficacy and anxiety. Given that selfpresentational concerns are a significant source of competitive anxiety (Wilson & Eklund, 1998), and selfhandicapping is used to manage self-presentational concerns, it makes sense that self-handicapping could help to alleviate sport competition anxiety (or, at least, those aspects of anxiety that reflect self-presentational concerns). First-generation questions such as these have significant implications for interventionists. If self-handicapping is detrimental to an athlete s psychological readiness and performance, then sport psychologists must devote efforts to preventing it. But if self-handicapping is beneficial, then there may be no need to intervene. The mix of trait, situational, and interactionist approaches is also a noteworthy feature of the self-handicapping literature. Initially, sport researchers focused on establishing relationships between dispositional self-handicapping tendencies and various sport-related phenomena. But it soon became clear that these relationships were weak at best. Sport investigators then moved relatively quickly to develop methodologies to facilitate the study of situation-specific uses of self-handicaps. These methodologies also facilitated the study of situational factors that might elicit selfhandicapping or interact with trait variables to produce selfhandicapping. The relatively brisk shift from trait to situational and interactionist approaches may explain why this area of research has made the best progress across the three generations of research. Self-Presentational Efficacy and Confidence When people are motivated to impression-manage, they have an expectancy regarding the likelihood of conveying desired impressions to others (Leary & Kowalski, 1995). For example, an athlete who wants to impress a new coach will have a sense of the likelihood of presenting herself as a fit, competent team player. Perceptions of one s selfpresentational capabilities have been defined as both selfpresentational ef ficacy (Leary & Kowalski, 1995) and self-presentation confidence (Ryckman, Robbins, Thornton, & Cantrell, 1982). Couched in the broader frameworks of self-efficacy and social cognitive theory (Bandura, 1997), self-presentational efficacy (SPE) reflects expectations about one s ability to perform the behaviors or present the images that lead
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the task or learning environment, and (d) execute the serve. The two preparatory groups were compared to a control condition, in which the learners were provided with additional technical information on volleyball serving but were not exposed to any preparatory routine instructions. The results indicated that the learners who were taught a motor-emphasized preperformance routine were more accurate in the retention phase than both learners who were instructed to use a cognitive-emphasized routine and learners who were provided with only technical information. It was suggested that to decrease the instructional load placed on beginners, it might be more helpful to first teach a routine in which the emphasis is on motor readiness and only then to add preparatory components that emerge from a cognitive-oriented routine (p. 361). Preparatory Routines in Self-Paced Tasks: Conclusions and Benefits Four conclusions are derived from the observational and experimental studies on preparatory routines. First, imposed preparatory techniques such as imagery and relaxation can facilitate accuracy of self-paced tasks (e.g., Lamirand & Rainey, 1994). Second, maintaining a consistent sequence of preparatory routines may result in a higher level of performance (e.g., Crews & Boutcher, 1986). Third, preparatory routines by skilled performers during actual self-paced events may be changed according to situational factors, such as task difficulty (Jackson, 2003). Fourth, as soon as skilled athletes perform their regular preparatory routines, it might be better to refrain from altering the sequence of the routine and its timing (Southard & Miracle, 1993). A few suggestions have been made to explain the benefits obtained by the effective use of preperformance routines. First, individuals can carry out a plan of action before they begin to perform a self-paced task. They can imagine themselves performing the act, think about their movements, and rehearse what they have to do (Boutcher, 1990; Lidor & Singer, 2003). Second, they can maintain their focus of attention before and during the act (Boutcher, 1990; Moran, 1996). For example, they can cope better with both internal (e.g., negative thoughts) and external (e.g., noise) distractions. Third, they can develop the feeling that they are in optimal control of what they are doing (Cohn, 1990). In essence, they believe that they will perform the task with a high level of proficiency. Support for the observation that imposed preparatory techniques enhance self-paced tasks can be found in two other techniques: the use of learning strategies in self-
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